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It's All for Real: The Stunts of Episode III (2005)

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Nick Gillard ... Himself
Ewan McGregor ... Himself
Ben Burtt ... Himself
George Lucas ... Himself
Rick McCallum ... Himself
Hayden Christensen ... Himself
Kyle Rowling ... Himself
Michael Byrne Michael Byrne ... Himself
Christopher Lee ... Himself
Ian McDiarmid ... Himself
Samuel L. Jackson ... Himself
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A look at the stunts of Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005).

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9 November 2005 (Finland) See more »

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Star Wars: It's All for Real: The Stunts of Episode III See more »

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This featurette is on the 2-Disc DVD for Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005). See more »

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Some of the fights really *are* real

One of my(and I would guess, many others') main complaints regarding the prequel trilogy, in particular parts two and three, were the heavy usage of CGI. No more sets, little of the action is "live", heck, quite a few of the people aren't even real, but animated. I was quite happy to learn that the fight scenes in Episode III, with the obvious exclusion of one particular fighter, was actually really done. Live action. Some stunt people, yes, but at least it was actual, living people. And this will also reveal to you that certain fighters, whom you may not(I certainly didn't, especially for one of them) have expected to have done their own fighting, actually did. Featured are various interview snippets, with the actors and film-makers describing the process, the training, and the apparently rather talented and helpful stunt coordinator Nick Gillard. One thing that definitely earns him respect is that he prefers to do it for real, without computer enhancing. At about eleven minutes, this is a concise featurette. I recommend this to anyone who enjoyed the movie and wanted to find out how much was real, as well as any fellow fan of the light-saber duels. 7/10


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